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'Inside Outside' - Linenhall Street to Host Outdoor Celebration

This week the Linenhall hosts its highly anticipated ‘Inside Outside’ event, a celebration of the restoration of the iconic façade of the building. The outdoor event on Friday, February 4th will commemorate the Linehall’s 200 year old history (ranging from linen factory to arts centre), with a musical journey curated by local traditional music artist Emer Mayock.

This week the Linenhall hosts its highly anticipated ‘Inside Outside’ event, a celebration of the

restoration of the iconic façade of the building. The outdoor event on Friday, February 4th will

commemorate the Linenhall’s 200 year old history (ranging from linen factory to arts centre), with a

musical journey curated by local traditional music artist Emer Mayock.

Illustrated by celebrated storyteller Macdara Yeates and featuring Louise Mulcahy (uilleann

pipes/flute), Paul Dooley (early Irish harp), Patrick Dexter (cello), Nick Roth (saxophone) and

Michelle O’Rourke (mezzo soprano), in collaboration with Clare Island handweaver Beth Ann Moran,

this live street event is the first of its kind for the Linenhall, a truly unique celebration of music and

history. Print programmes will be available on the night featuring a specially commissioned

introduction by Vincent Woods, and exquisite artwork by Maeve Clancy. More details about the

event and the building can be found in our events section.


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